Myanmar workers in Thailand gain access to 5 CI stations, 3 mobile units

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An official issuing the certificate of identity (CI) to a Myanmar worker in Thailand in 2022.

Five certificate of identity (CI) issuing stations and three mobile units will be opened for Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand, announced by the Labour Attache Office and the Myanmar Embassy.
According to the announcement, the opening of five CI stations and three mobile units for Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand will commence on 4 January 2024.
Five stations will be located in Samut Khun, Samut Prakan, Chonburi, Patong Division, and Surat Division, and three mobile unit camps will be stationed in Chiang Mai, Nakhon Sawan Mobile, and Songkhla.
According to the Ministry of Labour, by opening mobile teams, workers will be able to apply for identification without leaving the workplace.
The employer will be able to continue to operate the workplace, and it will also be protected from exploitation of brokers.
According to the Thai government’s decision on 5 July this year, about 900,000 Myanmar workers are nominated by Thai employers. — TWA/TKO

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